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COOLEEMEE HIGH SCHOOL 

L^ooteemee, If I. C-. 






FOREWORD 

To us Cooleemee High School has pointed 
out new roads of service, new powers of accomplish- 
ment, better means of enjoying more the richness of 
life. 

Thus, to give a brief survey of this school year for 
future reminiscence and to render, in miniature, a 
portrayal of the service of Cooleemee High School 
have been our endeavors. 









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DEDICATION 




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To THREE BOYS, formerly of Cooleemee High 
School, who are giving their services to a worthy 
cause by joining our Armed Forces, we dedicate this 
yearbook. 

Howard Creason .... United States Navy 

Bruce Hinkle United States Navy 

Norman Spry United States Navy 




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THE FACULTY 



Marguerite Bain Bailey ■» Mnnc 

Frances Wike Benson English and French 

PifUL Donnelly Math and Science 

Inez Hubbard Home Economics 

Marjorie Moseley ■ English 

George E. Smith Principal 

FACULTY WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 

Stella Ambrose Commercial 

Annie G. Bost . Math and Latin 

Annie H. Dulin History and English 

Edwin Johnson Scieiice 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



JiMMiE Pierce President 

Edgar Hoyle Vice-President 

Sarah Hathcock Secretary 

Victor Lee Thompson Treasurer 



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Hallene Beck 

Glee Club. 8. 9; Basketball, 9; Public 
Speaking Club. 9; Class Treasurer, 9; 
Marshal. 10; Paper Staff, 10: Junior Play. 
10: 4-H Club. 10, 11: 4-H Club Pro- 
gram Committee, II: 4-H Club County 
Council Vice-President. 11; Annual 
Staff, 11; Senior Play, 11; Victory 
Corps. 11; Superlative — Most Popular, 
Biggest Flirt. 



Marian E. Benson 

4-H Club. 8. 9. 10. 11; Science Club, 
8, 9. 10; Glee Club. 8. 9, 10; CTheer 
Leader. 10: Public Speaking, 9: Class 
Vice-President, 9; Softball. 8. 9; Junior 
Play. 10; Basketball, 8; Annual Staff, 
11: Victory Corps. 11; Superlative — Best 
Dressed Girl. 



Hal Bowers 

Superlative — Most Bashful; 
Corps, 11. 



Victory 



Rena Call 



Basketball, 8. 9, 10. 11; 4-H Club, 8. 9. 
10; Glee Club, 8; Victory Corps, 11. 



Colleen Eleanor Cope 

Glee Club, 8, 9, 10; 4-H Club. 8, 9, 10; 
Class Officer. 8. 9; Junior Play, 10; 
Softball. 8, 9; Basketball, 9, 10; Vic- 
tory Corps, 11. 



Jane Correll 

4-H Club, 8, 9, 10, 11; Marshal, 8; County 
4-H Health Queen. 9, 10; Vice-Presi- 
dent of County Council, 10; Junior 
Play, 10; Senior Play. 11; Basketball, 
9; Home Economics Medal, 9; Class 
Secretary, 9; Victory Corps, U. 



Helen Louise Beck 

4-H Club. 11; Class Officer. 9; Softball. 
8. 9; Victory Corps, 11. 



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Clyde Brady Boger 

Class Offlcer. 8; 4-H Club. 8. 9; 
tory Corps, 11. 



James H. Byerly, Jr. 

Basketball. 8. 9. 10: Baseball. 10; Glee 

Club. 9. 10: 4-H Club. 8, 9. 10. 11; 

Victory Corps. 11. 



Lois Campbell 

Softball. 8. 9; Class Officer. 8; Victory 
Corps. 11. 



Lucille Cope 

4-H Club, 9, 10. 11; Class Secretary. 

9; Junior Play. 10: Public Speaking, 9; 

Victory Corps. 11. 



Bonnie Cuthrell 



Glee Club. 


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9; 4-H 


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11; 


Softball, 8 


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Junior 


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Victory 






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Leon Eaton 

<-H Club. 8, 9. 10. Victory Corps, 11 



Sue Foster 



Basketball. 8, 9. 10. 11; Softball. 8. 9: 

Glee Club. 8. 9. 10; -l-H Club. 8. 9, 10, 

11; Junior Play. 10; Victory Corps. 11; 

Superlative — Most Athletic Girl. 



Muriel Gregory 

Basketball, 9, 10, 11; 4-H Club, 9, 10; 

Glee Club. 8, 9, 10: Class Officer. 9, 10; 

Softball. 9; Junior Play. 10; Victory 

Corps, 11, 



Frances Head 

4-H Club, 11; Junior Play, 10; Victory 
Corps. 11, 



Edgar Hovle 

Class Officer. 11; Annual Staff. 11; 
Junior Play. 10; Senior Play. 11; Paper 
Staff. 10; Baseball. 9, 10; Class Officer. 
10; Science Club Officer, 8, 9, 10; 
Patrolman, 8, 9; Victory Corps, 11; 
Superlative — Best Dressed Boy, 11, 



Thurman Miller 

4-H Club, 9. 10. 11: Junior Play, 10; 
Senior Play. 11: Victory Corps, 11. 



Lester Ellis 

Victory Corps. 11. 



Dot Glass 



4-H Club, 8, 9, 10, U; Softball. 
Victory Corps, 11, 



Sarah Hathcock 

Spelling Bee, 8; Science C?lub, 9; Class 
Treasurer, 9; Public Speaking, 9; 4-H 
Club, 8, 9, 10, 11; 4-H Club Secretary, 
10, 11; 4-H County Council Secretary, 
11; Annual Staff, 11; Jimio'- Pl:>v 111; 
Senior Play, 11; 4-H Clothing Medal, 
11; Victory Corps. 11; Superlative — Best 
Ail-Round. II. 



Christine McC. Hinkle 

Class Secretary, 9; Glee Club, 10, i; 
Junior Play. 10; Victory Corps. 11. 



Lucille Lankford 

Class Treasurer, 9; 4-H Club, 11; Jun- 
ior Play, 10; Victory Corps. 11. 



Henry Munday 

Basketball, 8, 9: Class President. 8. 9: 
Victory Corps, 11. 





Lucille Nail 

-Most Bash- 



Victory Corps: Superlativi 
ful. 



JiMMiE Pierce 

Patrolman. 8. 9; Basketball, 8, 9. 10; 
Chief Marshal. 10; Class President, 10. 
11; Junior Play, 10; Science Club, 8, 9; 
Annual Staff. 11; Paper Staff, 10; Vic- 
tory Corps; Superlatives — Most Popular, 
Wittiest Boy. 



J. W. Safley 



Basketball, 10, 11; Baseball, 9. 10; 
Annual Staff, 11; Science Club. 8. 9, 
10; Glee Club, 9. 10; Paper Staff. 10; 
Junior Play. 10; Senior Play, 11; Pa- 
trolman. 8. 9; Victory Corps; Superla- 
tives — Best Sport. Most Athletic. 



Cecil Seamon 

4-H Club. 8, 9: Victory Corps. 



Alene Shoaf 

4-H Club, 9. 10, 11; Junior Play, 10; 
Victory Corps. 



Richard Smith 

Junior Play, 10; Senior Play, 11; 
tory Corps. 



Evelyn Overcash 

Basketball, 8. 9, 10, 11; Glee Club, 8; 

Softball, 8, 9, 10; 4-H Club. 8, 9, 10; 

Victory Corps, 11. 



Nellie K. Ridenhour 

Basketball, 8, 9, 10. 11; Glee Club. 8, 

9, 10; 4-H Club, 9, 10; Class Officer, 

9; Softball, 8. 9. 10; Junior Play, 10; 

Victory Corps, 11. 



Nellie Frances Sales 

Basketball. 8, 9, 10, 11; Glee Club, 8, 
9, 10; 4-H Club, 9. 10; Class Officer, 8. 
9; Junior Play. 10; Softball. 8. 9; Vic- 
tory Corps, 11; Superlative — Prettiest. 



Richard Seamon 

4-H Club, 10, 11; Victory Corps. 



J. L. Smith 



Patrolman, 9, 10, 11; Class Play, 10; 
4-H Club, 8, 9, 10, II; Victory Corps. 



Dolly Spry 



Class President, 8, 9, 10; Glee Club, 8, 
9, 10; 4-H Club, 8, 9, 10. 11; Basket- 
ball, 8, 9, 10; Softball, 8, 9: Science 
Club, 8, 9, 10: Junior Play, 10; Senior 
Play, 11; Paper Staff, 8, 9; Public 
Speaking, 9; Cheer Leader, 8, 9; Vic- 
tory Corps, 11; Superlative — Best Sport, 
Wittiest. 



Hi-Li-N Spry 



4-H Club. 10. 11: Junior Play: Victory 
Corps. 



Edith Turnkr 

Class Reporter, 9 ; M o c k s v i 1 1 e Hig'i 
School. 8, 9; Ccoleemee High School, 
10, 11: Junior Plnv: Victory Corps. 11. 



CrEOLA ViCKERS 

Program Chairman. 8: Class Secretary, 
9: Class Vice-President. 10: 4-H Club. 
10: Paper Staff. 10: Junior Play. 10: 
Public Speaking Club. 9; Treasurer of 
Geography Class, 10: Victory Corps. 



Victor Lee Thompson 

Science Club. 9; Annual Staff. U; 4-H 

Club, 9, 10. 11: Class Treasurer. 11; 

Senior Piny. 11; Victory Corps, 11: 

Superlative — Most Dependable, 11. 



Doris Tutterow 

4-H Club. 9. 10. 11; Junior Plav. 10; 
Class President. 8: Paper Staff. 10; 
Class Historian. 11; Public Speaking 
Cub, 9: Honor Latin Student. 10; Glee 
Club. 9: 4-H Canning Medal. 11; Vic- 
tory Corps. 11 : Superlative — Most In- 
tellectual. 11. 



Theo Wagner 

Glee Club. 8. 9. 10: 4-H Club, 
11; Junior Play, 10. 



Elizabeth Wood 

4-H Club. 9. 10. 11; Glee Club. 8, 9; 

Junior Play: Softball. 8. 9: Public 

Speaking, 9; Victory Corps. 11. 








SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 



The curtain rises! Our hearts 
beat with excitement. Our time has come 
at last. For four years we have worked and 
waited for this moment. We walk proudly 
upon the stage and play our part. The cur- 
tain falls, the applause dies, and there is 
silence. The drama of the Class of 1943 is 
over. Our pleasures, struggles, and our 
achievements have become history. Only the 
memory of the play remains. If, however, 
we wish to roll the curtain of time back, the 
four years of our high school life are en- 
acted again as vividly as if we turned the 
pages of a well known book and found our 
history. 

In the fall of 1939 we entered into the 
realm of high school. We were very much 
confused and bewildered but we soon be- 
came adjusted and got to work with a will. 
The boys and girls were separated. The boys 
were sent to Mrs. Best's room and to Mr. 
Hendrix. The Home Economics girls went to 
Mrs. Bohnson's room and the rest to Miss 
Horn's room. 

In a very short time commencement came 
and it was a great occasion for us. This year 
we felt we were really getting into the im- 
portant part of our education. 

Now we were no longer freshmen, but 
sophomores, and we realized that our goal 
was slowly being reached. During our sopho- 



more year we were still separated, but we 
worked together in perfect harmony just 
the same. 

Soon, however, commencement came again. 
This time we became juniors. Jimmie Pierce 
was elected class president and we began a 
busy, successful year with plenty of energy. 
All of our new privileges made us realize 
that it was worth while working two years 
to get to be a junior, and at last the longed 
for event came — the Junior-Senior Banquet. 
Even the hard work it took to make it a 
success was fun. We carried away many 
happy memories which we shall cherish al- 
ways. 

The last act of the drama was drawing 
near. Next year we would be seniors. 

Time passed and once more we were re- 
turning to Cooleemee High School. This 
year it seemed as if we were going home. 
This year we were impressed by being seniors 
and tried harder than ever before. With the 
thoughts of graduation, all of the work that 
lay before us, the joy and work of it all, 
we felt different. 

Many important things had to be done this 
year. Jimmie Pierce again became our presi- 
dent. Our Senior Play "Lighthouse Nan" 
was quite a success and when we boarded 



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the good ship C. H, S. at the Junior-Senior 
Banquet we were proud of being seniors. 

The stage becomes crowded with happy 
memories that have filled our past years 
with fun. 

At last the time has come and we have 
reached our goal. Now the end is here. Tears 
fill our eyes and we are sad, for it is with 
reluctance that we say good-bye. 



The curtain falls, and the drama has 
ended. The Class of 1943 is now in the past. 
Next year there will be new actors and a 
new play, but the memory of the Class of 
1943 will lead them on to a much greater 
success in the drama of life. 

Doris Tutterow, 
Historian of Senior 

Class of 1943. 



CLASS POEM 



Dear classmates, when things go wrong as they sometimes do, 

And the road you're trudging seems up hill; 

When the funds are low, and the debts are high 

And you want to smile, but you have to sigh; 

Dear junior, care is pressing you down a bit; 

Rest if you may, but never quit. 

Friends, life is queer with its twists and turns 

As every senior now has learned; 

And many a failure turns about 

When you might have ivon, if you had only stuck out. 

Don't give up, dear classmates, though the pace seems sloiv — 

You may succeed ivith another blow. 

Schoolmates, success is failure turned inside out. 

The silver tent of the clouds no doubt ; 

And you never can tell how close you are; 

It may be near when it seems afar 

So, stick to the fight with your hardest hit. 

It's then when things seem worse that you musn't quit. 

By Alene Shoaf. 



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JUNIORS 



TENTH GRADE GIRLS 

first Row: Anna Ruth Whitlock, Inez Driver, Ethel Messick, Anne Apperson, Willeena 
Parker, Ruby Hancock, Katherine Tutterow, Louise Correll, Mrs. Benson, 

Second Row: Jacqueline Morton, Edna Crawford, Phoebe Dulin, Imogens Isley, Fannie 
Morrow, Ruby Blackwelder, Marie Gullet, Edith Myers, Geneva McClannon, Minnie 

Ruth Beck. 

Third Row: Charlotte Swain, Nancy Ridenhour, Hazel Gales, Eloise Mitchell, Dorothy 

Owens, Margaret Kirk. 






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JUNIORS 



TENTH GRADE BOYS 

First Row: Reuben Berrier, Lester Bailey, Charlie Earnhardt, Frank Foster, Jimmie Wil- 
son, James Scott, 

Second Row: Garland Page, E. C. Tatum, Cornelius Boone, Bobby Benson, William Gales, 

Paul Sheperd. 



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SOPHOMORES 



NINTH GRADE GIRLS 

First Row: OCENA Ellenburg, Murlene Scott, Pauline Carter, Janie Kerley, Helen Shore, 

Mary Louise Gales, Margie Canupp, Mildred Creason, Faye Sain, Mildred Chappell, 

Mildred Nail, Claytie Hoover, Miss Hubbard. 

Second Row: Ruth Wood, Dorothy Ellis, Frances McDaniel, Grace Osborne, Helen Grubb, 
Janet Eaton, Evelyn Howard, Mary Evelyn Everhardt, Louise Brown, Jean DeWeese, 

Reba Saunders, Ethel Spry, 

Third Row: Helen Cook, Imogene Hilliard, Katherine Brown, Vernell Cheek, Margaret 
Bivins, Mary Tom Spry, Sarah Ruth Daniels, Loudetta Broadway. 



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SOPHOMORES 



NINTH GRADE BOYS 

First Row: Grady Spry. H. A. Wyrick, Sammy Brogden, Junior Sechrest, Bobby Webb, Ray 
Carter, Cornelius Myers, John Tysor, Floyd Sales. 

Second Ron: Wayne Seamon, Cecil Berrier, Harry Monsees, Odell Vickers, Marvin Spry, 
Wayne Eaton, Henry Crotts, Gray Everhardt, Harold James. 

Thirii Row: SoNNY SMITH, E. M. James, Eddie Freeman, John Wagoner, Mr. Donnelly, 
Millard Seamon, Frank Tatum, Billy Hellard, Vernon Bowers. 



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EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS 

First Row: Annie Lou Foster, Dolly Davis, Helen Swink, Eleanor Spry, Doris Waller, 

Frances Harris, Collene Hellard, Drue Owens, Elizabeth Spry, Olga Eagle, Doris Shoaf, 

MoDiNE Creason, Collene Shore, Mary Shepherd. 

Second Roir: Margie McCulloh, Janie Freeman, Modine Foster, Ruth Turner, Peggy Brine- 

ger, Claytie Nichols, Millie Goode, Ruby Hamilton, Mildred Frye, Mary Ruth Campbell, 
Jerry Ijames, Doris Garwood, Pansy McCulloh. 

Third Row: Janell Grubb, Helen Alsobrooks, Inell Anderson, Lorene McDaniel, Dorothy 
Sain, Peggy Kirley, Virginia Cook, Nellie Wofford. 






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FRESHMEN 



EIGHTH GRADE BOYS 

First Row: NoRviN Brogden, Fred Blackwood, Lester Ellenburg, David Milholen, Hayden 
Bowers. Frank Staugh, Arnold Garwood, Sidney Carter. 

Second Ron: Charles Daniels, Douglas Gregory, Henry Foster, Jimmy Thomp.son, Travis 
Cope. Thomas Lineberry, Charles Bean. 



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MRS. APPERSONS SEVENTH GRADE 

First Row: Bonnie Campbell, Sonny Foster, Dave Dulin, Jack Daniel, Dorothy Head, 

James Nichols, Carl Chappell, Edith Ellis, Helen Danner. 
Second Row: Anne Ridenhour, Jack Brown, Janet Tatum, Kathleen Crotts, Peggy Daniel, 

Peggy McCullough, Ldrene Cheek, Betty Sue Eaton, Allie Canupp, Ruth Nichols. 

Third Rotv: Glenn Foster, Hubert Athey, Eugene Hellard, Harold Ridenhour, Sidney 

Durham, Theodore Shoaf, John Lewis Correll, Tennie Beck. 



MISS GRAVES' SEVENTH GRADE 

First Row: Lloyd Troutman, Henry Shoaf, T. R. Burton, Billy Owens, Billy Templeton, 

Howard Correll, Ruth Hellard, J. W. McClannon, Helen Mayberry, Audry Hinkle. 

Second Row: Haden Benson, Mertie Belle Smith, Helen Mitchell, Doris Jean McClam- 

rock, Billy Jean Josey, Rachel Kimmer, Virginia Peoples, Robert Brooks, Bonnie James. 

Third Row: Nellie Owens, Rosa Mae Phelps. 



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MISS PEEBLES' SIXTH GRADE 

First Row: GEORGE JORDAN, Earlene Nichols, Betty Sue Harris, Richard Bear, Glenn 
Snyder, Edna Call, Bruce Ridenhour, Dorcas Alexander, Clyde Poole, C. W. Trexler, 

James Sain, Herman Myers, Robert Mundy, Pauline Hepler, Charlabel Jones. 
Second Row: Edythe Foster, Melvin Tutterow, Lacey Nichols, Garland Ratts, Doris Sales, 
Lee Lambe, Jr., William Spry, Mildred Foster, Leroy Kerley, Billy Taylor, Ruby Cherry, 

Helen Dudley. 

Third Row: Elizabeth Ball, Rodger Funderburk, Bobby Forrest, Doyle Bean, Claude 

Messick, Jr., Inell Broadway, Jennie Lowe Peebles. 

MRS. SMITH'S SIXTH GRADE 

First Row: Ire Grey Eller, Irene Spry, Billy Ellenburg, Pauline Gales, Peggy Jean Black- 
wood, Barbara Jean Spillman, Nellie Shore, Joe Cuthrell, Dwight Durham, Turner 

Jordan, Sarah Gartner, Evelyn Frye, Bertha Brooks. 

Second Row: Evelyn Brown, Guilford Miller, Herman Waller, Mary Frances O'Neal, 

Mary Frances Fleming, Harold Wagner, Walter Miller, Betty' Sue Webb, Peggy Wof- 

FORD, Betty Sue Seamon, Martha Brown. 

Third Row: HERBERT Blalock, Dickie Wood, Eugene Head, Joe Shore. 



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MISS MORRISON'S FIFTH GRADE 

First Ron:- Earl Money, David Hancock, Maxine Link, Peggy Owens, Elmer Gray Allen, 
JiMMiE Hellard, Bud McClamrock, Before Shoaf, Billy Goodman, Bobby Ellenburg, 

Jack Shore, James Couch, Dorothy Phelps, Dorothy Link, 
Second Rou-: Katherine Bailey, Lois Spry, Grace Nichols, Rilla Hellard, Bobby Ellenburg, 
Fred Gregory, Bobby Thompson, Roy McClannon, Edwin Nolley, Evalina Spry, James 

Ridenhour, Clay Cook. 
Third Row: Doris Veach, Millow Wall, Bobby Kay, David Page, Talmadge Cheek, Betsy 

Owens. 

MISS McCOLMAN'S FIFTH GRADE 

Firs! Row: M. L. Lankford, Marion Gregory, Craig Snead, Ina Mae Capel, Dorothy Hod- 
gin, Manda Wilson, Mabel Ann Milholen, Hoyt Overcash, Carroll Overcash, Bobby 

Lineberry, Angeline Trexler, Clyde Cook, Peggy Wyrick, John Gobble. 

Second Row: Billy Kimmer, Billy Bivins, Nancy Bowers, Walter Coble, Charles Bowers, 

Peggy Ridenhour, Ransom Dudley, Kenneth Bailey, Tommy Ridenhour, Van Swicegood, 

Cynthia Clement, Dorothy Daniels. 

Third Row: Betty Shockley, Conrad Nichols, David Swain, Jean Wagner. 



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MISS CHUNN'S FOURTH GRADE 

First Row: Margaret Foster, Joan Stroud, Lucille McDaniel, Elvin Shoaf, Garland Ander- 
son, Richard Barber. Fred Shoaf, Gilmer Mitchell, Bobby Grubb, Glenn Leonard, Mae 

Wagoner, Janet Small, Joan Swicegood, Dottie Hellard. 
Second Rou:- James Funderburke, Van Hathcock, Lyndell Cable, Billy Brooks, Medford 
Shoaf, Billy Williams, Bobbie Lee Hepler, Nancy Louise Ridenhour, Eunice Daniels, 

Lois Spillman, Mary Kiger, Ann Webb, Loftin Gaither. 

Third Rou:- Tommy Shores, Kenneth Huffman, Mildred Templeton, Nancy Rebecca 

Ridenhour, Hayden Stiller, Gene Waller, Paul Ellis, 

MRS. CARNES' FOURTH GRADE 
First Row: Bett\' Jean Eller, Donald Trexler, Billy Athey, Odell Couch, Margaret Mc- 

CREARY, J. W. MCCULLOUGH, DoROTHY CAMPBELL, ClEO CaPEL, JoAN SpILLMAN, PhYLLIS 

Stough, Patsy Lewis, Janet Bivens, Billy Spry, Dean Nichols. 
Second Rou: Buster Fleming, Sue Wagoner. Emma Reeves, Delano Dedmon, Donald Stiller, 
Betty Sue Worford, Elizabeth Taylor, Charles James, Warren Lee Koontz, Harold 

Carter. 
Third Row: CLIFFORD Beck, Billy McCreary. 



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MRS. WALTER'S THIRD GRADE 

First Row: Willie Pope, Bobbie Dudley, Bobby McCulloh, Frankie Owens, James Gilbert 
Nichols, Bobbie Gobble, Fred Alexander, Thomas Ijames, Phil Thompson, Charles 
Walker, Billy Howell, Elmer Jacobs, George Phelps, Gray James, Linda Shore, Jean 

Athey. 

Second Ron.- Jackie Nichols, Donnie Wall, Helen Edwards, Susie Shoaf, Polly Spillman, 

Nellie Jenkins, Betty Sue Nichols, Fay Thompson, Burlie Nail, James Shoaf, David 

Jacobs, Libby Plummer, Fairy Lee Snyder. 

Third Rou': Janet Ijames, Martha Wooten, Arnold Gray Spry, Charles Wofeord, Billy 

Harris, Denny Creason. 

MRS. SEXTON'S THIRD GRADE 

First Row: Jimmy Burton, Ann Mauldin, Cleta Nichols, Kenneth Sales, Gene James, 
Roscoe Jones, Donel Ellenberg, Donnie Seders, Betty Jean Hamilton, Madaline Weaver, 
Roy Lankford, Elsie Overcash, T. G. Foster, Polly Turner, Foyell Brogden, Kay Nichols. 

Second Row: Nancy Shores, Betty Jean Williams, James Bean, Harold Koontz, Jimmy 

Miller, Tommy Tiller, Charles Reese, Charles Creason, Lucille Crider, Carlyle Young, 

Lillian Allen, Sue Smith, Virginia Sales, Norma Ruth White. 

Third Row: Baxter Williams, J. B. Spry, Hugh Gaither, Colene Bailey. 



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MISS WAGONER'S SECOND GRADE 

First Row: GuiNDALA CooK, Barbara Jean Ratts, Dorothy Crider, Ruby Shoaf, Delores 

Fay Cook, Jean McClamrock, Letty Mae Wagner, Daniel Boone Miller, Betty Jean Spry, 

Jackie Athey, Tommie Crotts, Jimmy Osborne, Susie Johnson, Jacquline Link. 

Second Row: Bobbie Tutterow, Jimmie Head, Mason Owens, Marshall Daniel, Mary 

Frances Nichols, Gene Eagle, Janet Bowers, Ann Hepler, Dock Spillman, Thomas 

Hendrix, Harold Milholen, Peggy Spry, Esther Mae Lagle. 

Third Row: EUGENE Brown, Betty Spillman, Bruce McCrary, Miss Wagoner. 

MRS. PATNERS SECOND GRADE 

Fini Row: Carol Ann Cope, Bett^' Hathcock, Joan Hellard, James Barber, Nancy Veach. 

GiLDA Messick, Kay Messick, Doyle Shore, Doyle Spry, Mary Frances Walker, Patsy 

Shaver, Edward Carter, Leithia Pope. 

Second Row: Betty Wagner, Dorothy Dedman, Barbara Seamon, Carol Reeves, Patsy 
Broadway, Clara Hepler, ELrzASETH Swicegood, Richard Campbell, Franklin Kiger, Wil- 
liam Livengood, Ronnie Gene Grubs, Larry McCullough, Peggy Grubb. 

Third Row: Aubrey Fleming, Bobby Glass, Samuel Coble. 



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MRS. WILSON'S FIRST GRADE 

First Roir: Rylla Mae Lowder, Claudette Boger, Bobby Gene Killian, Donald Daniels, 
Norman Bowles, Morlene Canupp, Jackie Harris, Terry Dedman, Roberta Shepherd, 
DoNNiE Peeler, Jean Carter, Bobby Ray Shore, Sylvia McClamrock, Walter Head, Ann 

Nichols, Jimmy Holt. 

Second Row: Mary Lynn McClannon, Buddy Ridenhour, Norma Ruth Brown, Mary Lynn 

Templeton, Janette Stiller, Annette Stiller, Rylla Nichols, Berlie Wagoner, Norma 

Jean Jolly, Floyd Milholen, Jerry Daniels. 



MRS. BOOSE'S AND MISS TATUM'S ROOMS— FIRST GRADE 

First Row: Bobbie Head, Jean Martin, Tubby Jacobs, Freddie Brown, Bobbie Allen, Re- 
becca McQuerry, Dorothy Williams, Alvin Shaver, Bobbie Moore, Dan Williams, Doro- 
thy Jenkins, Rebecca Broadway, Vergil Couch, Clarence Spillman, Faye Beck, Nancy 

Cope, Berlie Creason, Tomie Lamb, Tomie Nail. 

Second Row: Mary Emma Julian, Manuel Durham, Junior Brindle, Donald Phelps, J. P 

Hollrook, Sonia McDaniel, Eva Daris, Eleanor Anne Tatum, Shirley Shepherd, Douglas 

Grubb, Colene Phelps, Shirley Call, Austin Gaither, George Small, Claude Beck, David 

Nichols, Archie Foster, Bobbie Crider, Doris Overcash. 



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S^taPJ^ of ^ke 1943 Indian, 



First Row: LiBBY Benson, Jimmy Pierce, Hallene Beck, Sarah Hathcock. 
Second Row: Victor Lee Thompson, Edgar Hoyle, J. W. Safley. 



ANNUAL SPONSOR 
Miss Marjorie Moseley 



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GLEE CLUB 



First Row: Faye Sain, Janet Eaton, Ruth Turner, Modine Foster, Drue Owens, Mary 

Shepherd, Anne Apperson, Dolly Davis, Doris Shoaf. 
Second Row: Dorothy Owens, Mrs. Bailey, Marvin Spry, Phoebe Dulin, Imogene Isley, 

Dorothy Sain, Peggy Brinegar. 
Third Row: John Wagner, Nancy Ridenhour, Frank Tatum. 



FOUR-H CLUB 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

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THE COOLEEMEE JOURNAL 

MRS. J. C. SELL, Editor 



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